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Ben Fletcher May 12
I’m Deaf and I work in a majority hearing environment. I’m bilingual in British Sign Language (BSL) and written English but sometimes hearing culture befuddles me. Read my blogpost!
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Courtney May 10
[ happy to my favorite deaf kids ]
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grace May 10
it’s !! as a deaf person, people are always asking me how to make conversations more comfortable for deaf and hard of hearing people, so i decided to make a thread on how to do so.. featuring some nct!! 🌱
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Emily Meacher May 12
Not sure if it’s due to this week that I met three people who made an effort to sign to me. A midwife, a sonographer in the hospital, and a person who I asked if hedgehog would be ok in their garden 😂 Or just coincidence? Either way, it made a huge difference.
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sophiestone May 9
There is volume in my silence If you stop to listen Look into my eyes and you will Hear quite clearly what I’m trying to say Be careful, I am saying Be careful What you have taken is not yours And one day, loudly, I shall take it back 💙
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🔶⚢🌸Sakura No Seirei🌸⚧🔶 May 22
Just started reading the "City of London: Gender Identity Survey: Report" () It's a thing of beauty. I'll highlight certain sections that openly laugh at . Apparently predicted my video on for 1/n
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Scunthorpe Cooperative Junior Choir May 20
We are incredibly humbled to have this stunning song back in our repertoire. Thanks to and .
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☽ 𝐪𝐢𝐣𝐚𝐞 May 9
And btw it’s . Here I just wanna say please be patient when you’re dealing with deaf people. Look at them when speaking so that they can see your lip movements. Do not shout! It’s uncomfortable for a hearing aid user if you shout. Spread awareness! 😊💜
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Rubbena Aurangzeb-T May 12
Last day to see this ! Coming to an end of
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London Ambulance Service May 10
Paramedic Richard, who was born deaf, signs how to use a service which allows deaf, hard of hearing and speech-impaired people contact the emergency services. Find out more and register here:
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Glasgow City Archives May 17
Did you know has archives for the Glasgow School for the Deaf, Rottenrow Special School and Kingston Street School among others which provided education for deaf children? Picture: Glasgow School for the Deaf, c.1964 (archive ref: D-ED5/29/7, 136B)
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ELEVEN ARTS May 13
Ending with a simple message: Take care of each other. (A Silent Voice)
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⭐️ Bory ⭐️ May 9
Apparently its so have some basic tips to make communications easier.
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Vicki Smith May 10
Before I wore hearing aids, friends could get annoyed about having to repeat themselves or say “it doesn’t matter”. It does matter. It matters that you take a minute out of your day to repeat something so someone isn’t sat there with no idea what’s going on.
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Carys Wehden May 11
This week I had my first BSL lesson with the MA Arts Management cohort and saw 's fantastic show, Louder Isn't Always Clearer at . What a great way to celebrate
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ellie May 10
To celebrate - I've done more of a personal blog post, and as much as I don't really feel like posting it as it doesn't contain the depth like my other posts, I think it's something to be talked about. Hopefully this opens up more of a conversation.
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GDA May 11
Thanks for supporting our celebrations. From liking posts, to commenting and sharing them, you've helped spread awareness. Lets continue to work together to ensure Deaf, hard of hearing & deafened have better access to services & support
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Nina Pottell May 9
I’m always amazed that hospitals don’t all have a monitor when it’s time for your appointment. I’ve sat in many waiting rooms on tenterhooks hoping I lipread/hear the person mumbling my name as they walk out of a consulting room
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Kuma Holdings May 10
It's ! Kuma Holdings believes deeply in accessibility features for anime. That's why our first release, The Konodan Collection Vol. 1, and all of our future releases, will have closed captions for those who need them!
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Ableism in Academia May 9
...and that is why conferences and events also need to be captioned!!
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